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Binder791

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I was looking at buying a turn of the century cincinatti mill to go along side my 1918 leblonde 21 heavy duty. I haven't seen the machine in person but I do have a couple of pictures that might help. I think it's about a 1910 #2 universal but wanted some other opinions. Thanks for any help
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That thing looks pretty cool . It will look even better next to your Blondi . I'm not familiar to much with that one , a bit before my time . I see it has some type of hand wheel tooling on the vert head and the adjustable X axis is over the top . Buy it !
 
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I might have an arbor support for it, LMK the overarm diameter and center distance, and diameter of the spud on the end of the universal angular attachment.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I'm going to look at it tomorrow and probably gonna buy it as long there isn't any surprises. I love these older machine I really enjoy the leblond and hope to add this Cincinnati to my collection. I'll let you know about the over arm support thanks
 

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Well went and looked at the Cincinnati in person and it turns out to be a no. 1 universal. I bought it so gonna go pick it up in the morning. I post some pics when I get it to my shop and start cleaning it up
 

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Got the old girl home. Been oiling the ways and cleaning it. Have to build a new motor mount for it so I'm working on that. But the machine seems pretty tight. I adjusted the Gibs and it's pretty good. Excited to give it a try. There is a bolt broken on the head tram so I have to fix that to but hope to he milling tomorrow. At least a trial lol
 

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